There are many rumors about the new upcoming iPhone 13, according to a recent report, the new phones may come with an always-on display.
The news comes from, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman in his Power On newsletter, and he revealed that Apple is planning to have an always-on display that has been inspired by the Apple Watch.
The new iPhone 13 range will come with new displays and also more extended batteries, plus Apple’s new A15 Bionic processor which should be more powerful. This should enable them to have an always-on display feature on the new iPhones without losing a lot of battery life.
Apple will apparently use OLED LTOP displays in this year’s iPhone Pro lineup, these will come with a 120Hz refresh rate and will apparently support always-on displays. The handsets will feature a smaller notch than the iPhone 12 and also come with a variety of upgraded cameras. The ultrawide camera on the new iPhones is rumored to come with autofocus.
The new iPhone 13 range of smartphones is expected to launch sometime in September with iOS 15. We are also expecting to see the Apple Watch Series 7 and the new Apple watchOS 8.